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Princesses Don’t Get Fat, by Aya Ling

A fairy tale romance with a plus-sized heroine and plenty of dessert! Amazon Page: http://www.amazon.com/Princesses-Dont-Get-Fat-ebook/dp/B00AXOP7MY (This book is currently FREE on Amazon Kindle!) Amazon Summary: Princess Valeria of Amaranta is fat, but she doesn’t care. All she wants is to eat a lot and lead an idle life. When it is apparent that she cannot […]

Broken Wings, by Shannon Dittemore

Emily Rachelle Reviews, by Emily Angels with wings of blade. Demons with renewed sight. And a girl who has never been more broken. This book started off a little slow, but once I got into it I was reminded of all sorts of little details from the first book that I’d forgotten. The writing was […]

The Golden Link, by Keira Moyer

Emily Rachelle Reviews, by Emily Arianna grew up with an overprotective legal guardian on the bad side of town… until she learned she’s the believed-dead twin sister of the princess. This book was very conflicting for me. On the one hand, it’s an amazing plot and very well thought out story. On the other, there’s […]

A Change of Fortune, by Jen Turano

by Emily Rachelle Comedy of manners meets comedy of errors. This book was highly praised by a friend of mine, and the cover looked beautiful and very high-end and professional. Before I start being a Debbie Downer, let me point out that there were moments when this book had me laughing out loud.  So it’s […]

Interrupted, by Rachel Coker

Emily Rachelle Reviews, by Emily From Amazon: “Can love really heal all things? If Sam Carroll hadn’t shown up, she might have been able to get to her mother in time. Instead, Allie Everly finds herself at a funeral, mourning the loss of her beloved mother. She is dealt another blow when, a few hours […]

Christmas in Apple Ridge, by Cindy Woodsmall

Emily Rachelle Reviews, by Emily Experience the holidays with the Plain folk of Apple Ridge, Pennsylvania This is my first time reading, much less reviewing, an Amish book. Most Christian and/or female readers are probably aware of the huge Amish trend going on right now.  Honestly, I’ve been more than reluctant to try it myself. I […]

Angel Eyes by Shannon Dittemore

Bookshelf of a (Maybe) Teen Author, by Emily Russell Once you’ve seen, you can’t unsee. Some of my lovely readers may remember my review of Rippler, the first in a sci-fi(ish) YA trilogy by Cidney Swanson. I loved that book, and the rest of the trilogy. They were some of the best secular books I’ve read; […]

Swipe, by Evan Angler

Bookshelf of a (Maybe) Teen Author, by Emily Russell Logan is just months away from getting Marked – from becoming a free adult. But his sister left for her Mark five years ago and never returned… and Logan swears he’s being watched. This book is awesome. It’s set in future North America (dystopian? yes, please!), […]

Cindy Ella by Robin Palmer

Bookshelf of a (Maybe) Teen Author, by Emily Russell. “This formulaic, fairy-tale-based romance will be a favorite with girls.” – School Library Journal This book starts with Cindy’s letter to Castle Heights High’s newspaper editor. Of course, none of her letters are ever printed, so it doesn’t really matter that the whole thing is about […]

Departures: Two Rediscovered Stories of Christy Miller and Sierra Jensen

Bookshelf of a (Maybe) Teen Author, by Emily Russell. Departures: Two Rediscovered Stories of Christy Miller and Sierra Jensen (The Christy Miller Collection), by Robin Jones Gunn This book is actually two short stories that go with her Christy Miller and Sierra Jensen series. Since they are two separate stories, I’m going to write a […]

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